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Slippery P

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HemiLJ

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I agree. I don’t know how many times this icon has changed hands. My bud acquired it in cleaning out a farm, in upstate New York. I don’t know who, nor why it was dismantled. I believe he has most of the parts (ie; the top wing and body panels) To put back together. The motor still turns over. I told him whenever he was ready, I’d be more than happy to help restore or at least put it back together to a running Jeep again.
The first time I saw it, I started looking into Don Adams, to find out the history.
 

jon coleman

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im gladd word& where-a-bouts are known, just think if someone cleaning out barn scraped it not knowing what its history& importance, wow, That was a close one.hope it gets restored
 

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What’s new in the vintage Jeep world.
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